Tonight Dutch time, NASA presents a new sensational find 'outside our solar system'. You can follow the press conference live via the website of the space agency itself.
NASA is reluctant with details about the find, but let it be known that these are planets that orbit around stars other than the sun, also known as exoplanets.
NASA has found something new outside our solar system and tonight Dutch time the discovery will be made public by the Washington headquarters.
The space organization announces this in a press release.
The Americans are still cautious with details about the discovery, but do make it known that they are planets orbiting around stars other than the sun: so-called exoplanets.
Hope for life
The researchers are always looking for habitable exoplanets, where life can be.
In August last year, the European Southern Observatory (ESO) discovered the exoplanet Proxima B, which is also called Earth 2.0 and may contain liquid water.
Ask NASA questions directly
Whether the new discovery is of the same caliber, we will come tonight 19.00 Dutch time to know. You can follow the live broadcast on NASA's own channel.
Follow the press conference here.
You can also ask NASA questions directly during the press conference via the hashtag #askNASA on Twitter.
And do you want to know more about the fascinating exoplanets? 21.00 o'clock ask more questions to scientists, because then NASA will hold a so-called AMA (Ask Me Anything session) on the website Reddit.